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NY Jets Report Card

New York Jets Report Card Week 6: Pittsburgh Steelers @ New York Jets  Quarterback: D Smith: 19/34, 201 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT, 3 rushes for 8 yards. Geno struggled today against a stout Pittsburgh secondary and he looked every bit the rookie. He led a nice drive that ended with a field goal with […]

New York Jets Report Card Week 16: San Diego Chargers @ New York Jets Quarterback: D+ McElroy: 14/24, 185 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT, 1 fumble, 4 rushes for 25 yards McElroy was actually enjoyable to watch – for 2 quarters, at least. Ultimately, he was the cause of two turnovers and that’s the very […]

Preseason Game 2 Report Card Jets @ Panthers. August 21, 2010. by Matt Keach Quarterbacks: F Mark Sanchez: 5/10, 12 yards Mark Brunell: 3/7, 2 yards Kellen Clemens: 4/6, 32 yards Kevin O’Connell: 0/3, 0 yards They didn’t allow any turnovers. Thus ends the positives that can be said about this squad. The offensive possessions […]

Divisional Round Report Card

by admin on January 18, 2010

by Joseph Grinwis Quarterback – B+ Sanchez: 12-23, 100yds, TD, INT In his second playoff start Mark Sanchez was once again on target with most of his passes, minus his first intereception since Week 15 against Atlanta. With the win Sanchez becomes only the second rookie Quarterback ever to win his first two playoff games […]

Week 12 Report Card

by admin on November 24, 2008

Jets 34 – Titans 13 By Brian Clark Quarterback – A- Brett Favre – 25/32 224 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT Brett Favre was efficient again against the Titans, utilizing his ball skills to execute quick passes and throwing balls in some tight spots. He’s a wizard at ball fakes prior to the throw, and […]

Week 10 Report Card

November 10, 2008

Jets 47 Rams 3 by Brian Clark Quarterback – B Brett Favre – 14/19 167 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT Brett Favre’s stats do not jump off the paper, and that is because he didn’t have to throw the ball too much for this team to win. He just had solid control of the game, […]

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